It is not right how Judge Jolly acted in this matter. If he thought a fellow officer of the court acted improperly, due process mandates that the judge go straight to the prosecutor FIRST. Then and only then(after not correcting the perceived problem)would Judge Jolly have been ok to go public with this matter. Has Jon David been charged and or convicted of the alleged offense Judge Jolly claimed? No he has not. The NC State Bar also has rules regarding such which requires a fellow attorney to start at the source of the perceived problem which in this case is Jon David. What did Judge Jolly do? Openly claim the prosecutor was running a scheme thereby insinuating corruption. Does a judge who acts upon impulse while disregarding basic civil rights need to be deciding cases? You tell me.
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